Teaching Resource

Sporting Picture Stories - Sequencing Activity

$0.99 or Free on Plus | 2 pages (PDF)|Grades: F - 2

A set of sequencing cards for students to use as an independent writing activity.

Use this sport themed teaching resource as a sequencing activity in the classroom during literacy groups, or during the Olympic Games or the Commonwealth Games.

Students can cut out and arrange the pictures to make their own sporting story.

This resource includes:

  • 1 set of jumbled sporting pictures
  • 1 answer sheet.

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    I recently used this resource as a tool for writing a join collaboration narrative with my Year 1/2 class. It was great to be able to break a story down into manageable sized parts to write about descriptively but where we could sequence them together into an overall narrative text. The kids could easily identify the setting, characters, complication and resolution. The kids absolutely loved it! Thanks for the great resource.

    jen589 · Nov 5th, 2019

    Hey Jen, thank you for taking the time to share your lovely feedback with us. It is great to hear that your students are not only loving, but also really learning from our sequencing activity.

    Royce (Teach Starter) · Nov 6th, 2019

    Hi Jenny,
    Thanks for your positive feedback.
    It’s great to hear that this resource is being used as a differentiated activity in the classroom.
    Kind regards, Victoria.

    Victoria (Teach Starter) · Aug 8th, 2016

    Great for my preppies.
    I am also using the answer sheet as an activity to differentiate for my lower students.

    Jenny Quld · Aug 8th, 2016

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